Hyundai T7 Review

As manufacturers adopt the latest solutions available on the market for its high-end device than mid-range or budget can in the meantime be equipped with a budget of only a few months before would have been exclusive premium models. This situation causes a remarkable advantage to consumers who just a few months away can access for a fraction of the original price for a really powerful device. It ‘s the case represented by the tablet Hyundai T7 , of which there were already busy recently and these days is recommended by some Chinese editors.

Hyundai T7 review

The 7-inch tablet of the Korean giant is interesting because it offers a very high level configuration at a price of entry-level statement. Let us see in more detail what it is. Aesthetically the tablet seems to be very similar, almost identical to one of the most talked-about tablet of the moment Samsung signed. Hyundai T7 is in fact with the appearance of a Galaxy Note 8 , with particularly soft and sinuous shapes and glossy white polycarbonate shell, weighing just 298 g .
The front is dominated by the display with a diagonal of 7 inches and a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels . The panel is multitouch capacitive 5 points of contact is IPS type, with an excellent quality then both as regards the color rendition that the viewing angle in the horizontal plane, as we know particularly wide. Remarkable is the presence of the Samsung Exynos 4412 SoC , consisting of quad-core ARM Cortex A9 1.4 GHz and GPU ARM Mali 400, until a few months ago one of the most powerful on the market and therefore ensures excellent performance, as testified by the benchmark results. SoC is then joined to 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of memory dedicated to the storage, expandable through the use of micro SD memory cards. Upon completion we finally find a rear camera of 2 megapixels, a 0.3-megapixel front webcam, a port micro USB, video output mini HDMI, GPS modules, Bluetooth and WiFi ie 3300 mAh battery , which should provide a maximum range of about 6 hours.


Too bad then only to the decision to adopt the operating system Google Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich , the penultimate release so, otherwise users would have access to a real terminal high-end price of an entry level. In any case, Android ICS is recent enough to be fully functional. The most interesting thing, however, is the price: Hyundai T7 means it can be purchased online at a cost equivalent of 125 euro including shipping costs, although this must also consider the customs duties on goods coming from outside the European Community and the ‘VAT in our country, but even so the cost is well below the 200 euro.

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